Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Incredible extension on Marketing 101!

I couldn't believe what I just read in my inbox: Naomi is re-opening her Marketing 101 course even though its already started! Here's what she had to say:

"Over the last few days we've had a couple dozen emails from people who didn't have the money for Marketing 101 before but do now. They're wondering if they can get in the course even though it's already started.

My mother always says that if one person writes to you about something, 10,000 people think about it but don't write. Now, I have a feeling there aren't 240,000 people saying they want Marketing 101, but I see her point and I wanted to give you the chance."

Even though the course has already started, you'll get the first week available for download and you can continue on with the rest of the course.

Naomi at Ittybiz.com is really gracious to do this for everyone out there... get in while you still can!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Better Returns with Cash Crate - Clear Cache with Google Chrome

Just today I checked out my CashCrate account again and it turns out I made $2.50 in referral bonuses in February... and I haven't even blogged since November. CashCrate really is an amazing system! Now you and I both have to get out there and make the most of it!

I was checking the forums and there is a lot of great information there for beginners. One useful tip is to clear your browser cache and "cookies" so that when you fill out a form, it won't remember that you've been there before. A cookie is a small file that a website will leave on your computer to tell it that you've visited before, and to also store information about you.

I sometimes use the Google Chrome web-browser, and here is how you can clear your browser cache (and delete cookies) using it:

  1. First, click on the "wrench" icon in the top right corner beside the addressbar. It will look like this: 


  1. Then, click on "Clear Browsing Data"
  2. You'll see the dialog box like the one above. Make sure Empty the Cache and Delete cookies are the only two options checked.
  3. Then click the Clear Browsing Data button.
Now you should be all set to fill out your next series of surveys. Remember to use a different email address!

Sincerely,
Rick

If you want more info on Google Chrome, check out whyusechrome.com. If you want to keep up-to-date with methods of making money online, follow me on Twitter (username: rickhenderson) and if you really feel like finding me on Facebook, I have a small group you might be interested in.